My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for United States Wolf Refuge and Adoption Center, Sparks, NV, USA
I first met Bill and the US Wolf Refuge labor day weekend 2009. Since then my life has completly changed. First off I alway thought I was not a dog person, but after meeting the wolf/dogs at the refuge they have become my passion. What Bill does on a daily basis is above and beyond what any one person is expected to do for any animal.He has not only dedicated his life to the wolf/dogs in his care but has become a strong voice for all wolves and wolf/dogs on this planet. It is very sad to know that he will not always be able to help with these animals in the future to come due to not only the aging prosses but to the economy of today and the possible economy of the future. To see a non-profit like this refuge not succeed because of money woes is just so disheartning.Despite all that, I have seen so many people that would be willing to stand in line behind Bill to keep this Wolf Refuge going for years to come. Please know that what the refuge is doing is so very important to our world and should hopefully see expantion in the future to the free wild wolves of America.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
that it has really opened my eyes to the possible future we can have for not only the wolves in the wild but for the rescuded wolves and wolf/dogs of the U.S.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
change the world of free wild wovles in the U.S.A. And no more wolf deaths would happen,captive or not.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?